Mikel Maruli Tarchaniota ose Mikel Maruli (greqisht: Μιχαήλ Μάρουλλος Ταρχανειώτης; italisht: Michele Marullo Tarcaniota; c. 1458 – 10 Prill 1500) ishte poet dhe humanist i shquar Italian me origjinë Greke.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]

Mikel Maruli - 1496

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  1. ^ Rabil, Albert (1988). Renaissance Humanism: Humanism beyond Italy (në anglisht). University of Pennsylvania Press. fq. 269. ISBN 0-8122-8064-4. The famed Neolatin poet of Greek origin, Michael Marullus, lived for a while in Dubrovnik, as did several noted Jewish humanists.
  2. ^ Moss, Ann (2003). Renaissance truth and the Latin language turn (në anglisht). Oxford University Press. fq. 270. ISBN 0-19-924987-3. For others, notably the Greek, Michael Marullus, it was the experience of exile.
  3. ^ Hallam, Henry (2009). Introduction to the Literature of Europe (në anglisht). BiblioBazaar, LLC. fq. 129. ISBN 978-1-115-16877-9. Marullus, a Greek by birth, has obtained a certain reputation for his Latin poems
  4. ^ Revard, Stella Purce (2001). Pindar and the Renaissance hymn-ode, 1450-1700 (në anglisht). Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. fq. 147. ISBN 0-86698-263-9. Like the teachers of Greek who had also emigrated from Constantinople and the eastern empire in the fifteenth century, Marullo was of Greek stock
  5. ^ Williams, Jonathan; Cheesman, Clive (2004). Classical love poetry (në anglisht). J. Paul Getty Museum. fq. 91. ISBN 0-89236-786-5. Michael Marullus (ad 1453—1500): Classicizing poet of the Renaissance. Born to a noble Greek family in Constantinople and raised in Ragusa (Dubrovnik), he made his home in Italy where he fought as a mercenary.
  6. ^ Harrison, S. J. (1995). Homage to Horace: a bimillenary celebration (në anglisht). Oxford University Press. fq. 330–331. ISBN 0-19-814954-9. As well as being a poet, Marullus was by birth a Greek
  7. ^ McFarlane, Ian Dalrymple (1986). Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Sanctandreani: proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies (në anglisht). Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies. fq. 145. ISBN 0-86698-070-9. The inference seems clear: as Marullus was a Byzantine Greek and Constantinople fell on 29 May, his conception occurred shortly before that date, say around the middle of May.
  8. ^ David Loth (2005). Lorenzo the Magnificent (në anglisht). Kessinger Publishing. fq. 275. ISBN 0-7661-9979-7. She married Michael Marullus, a handsome Greek whose writings had brought him the patronage of Lorenzo and, in happier days, the praise of Poliziano as well.
  9. ^ Baku, Pasho, red. (2011). "Maruli, Mikel". Enciklopedia universale e ilustruar. Tiranë: Shtëpia Botuese Bacchus. fq. 613. OCLC 734077163.
  10. ^ Robert Elsie (2013). A Biographical Dictionary of Albanian History (në anglisht). I.B.Tauris. fq. 299–. ISBN 978-1-78076-431-3.